Stage 1
Marmande Marmande
15 August 2019

Type Flat
Distance 129 km
Climbing +921 m
Start

Marmande (Lot-et-Garonne)

 13:15 CEST
 Rue de la République, Marmande (Google Maps)
Finish

Marmande (Lot-et-Garonne)

 16:00 CEST (estim.)
 Boulevard du Docteur Raymond Fourcade, Marmande (Google Maps)
Racing highlights
  • KM 24
    KM 24 - Meilhan-sur-Garonne
  • KM 26.2
    Sprint - Meilhans-sur-Garonne
  • KM 75.9
    GPM 4 - Côte de Haute-Vignes
  • KM 86
    Sprint - Fauillet
  • KM 105
    1er passage sur la ligne
  • KM 116.9
    2nd passage sur la ligne
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Start list
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Timetable
Full Results
Stage Ranking
Rider Time
Mathias Norsgaard JøRGENSEN (DEN) 02h58'49"
Ethan HAYTER (GBR) 02h59'41"
Thomas PIDCOCK (GBR) 02h59'41"
4 Niklas MÄRKL (GER) 02h59'41"
5 Stefan BISSEGGER (SUI) 02h59'41"
General Classification
Rider Time
Mathias Norsgaard JøRGENSEN (DEN) 02h58'49"
2 Ethan HAYTER (GBR) 02h59'41"
3 Thomas PIDCOCK (GBR) 02h59'41"
4 Niklas MÄRKL (GER) 02h59'41"
5 Stefan BISSEGGER (SUI) 02h59'41"
Classification Jerseys & Prizes
 Green Mathias Norsgaard JøRGENSEN (DEN)
 Polka-Dot Ziga HORVAT (SLO)
 Most Aggressive Mathias Norsgaard JøRGENSEN (DEN)
 KM 24 Mathias Norsgaard JøRGENSEN (DEN)
Team Classification
Team Time
1 DANEMARK 08h58'11"
2 ETATS-UNIS 08h59'03"
3 NORVEGE 08h59'03"
4 BELGIQUE 08h59'03"
5 GRANDE-BRETAGNE 08h59'03"
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Summary
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A city of hearts and memories, Marmande combines authenticity, friendliness, history and a gentle way of life.

Marmande displays the colour of its cuisine: red! Like its tomatoes, the
round, the ribbed one,
the beef heart, the cocktail, the…Marmande.
but also its strawberries, the Garriguette, the Mara des bois, the Charlotte, the Ciflorette. Its AOC Côtes wines
of the Marmandais, are available in red, white and rosé. ??

Daughter of the river, Marmande owes its prosperity to King Richard Lionheart, who granted it in 1182,
a “Charter of Customs and Freedoms”. It is the birth certificate of the city, which strengthens its position as
natural border between Guyenne and Gascony.
Marmande also asserts itself through its remarkable religious architecture: the Notre-Dame church (from the 13th century), the cloister (16th century), the Saint-Benoît chapel (17th century), listed as Historical Monuments
Rich in this past, in the heart of a land of vines, tomatoes and strawberries, Marmande combines customs and modernity, served by a character resolutely turned towards the future.

Marmande Grand Départ du Tour de l’Avenir!
A first stop on the roads of the Val de Garonne Urban Community, without major difficulty, which will end with 2 rounds of the Grand Prix de la Tomate circuit which takes place every year in August in Marmande.
Could a puncher beat the sprinters’ plans? We can expect a dynamic and nervous race, as the quest for the first yellow jersey is so important for each team.

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